Monday, July 02, 2012

Working Lunch

 
Working Lunch
20x16 oil on panel
Available at Tidewater Gallery

I had three larger paintings in the Vignettes show and they are a hint of where I am going next with my paintings. I want to work a little bigger. Having focused on rather small or medium sized works for the past several years, and being used to working the paintings to completion in one sitting, it will be interesting to see how I like scaling up. The goal though is to still have the intimate scenery - the vignettes of life - but on a larger scale. 

Sunny Side of the Street
18x18 oil on linen
SOLD

8 comments:

L.W.Roth, said...

Good for you. This is a wonderful painting in a respectable size; the reflections are amazing. I wish you well in your decision to step up. I've just this year decided to step up to portraiture. It's hard work. I had enough of vignettes and decided to get serious. Your move to paintings of size that cannot be produced in a single sitting is very meaningful to me

Virginia Floyd said...

This composition is terrific, Robin. All those shadows and reflections on the floor! Love it!

Nora MacPhail said...

Both of these are marvelous. Great light.
Happy painting.

Studio at the Farm said...

Love the colors you have in both of these, Robin, and the shadows in "Working Lunch" are fabulous!

martinealison said...

J'aime beaucoup l'atmosphère de ces deux peintures que vous publiez aujourd'hui...
Le travail de la lumière est intéressante et l'harmonie des couleurs superbe.


Gros bisous.

Marietjie said...

Stunning

Virginia Floyd said...

Love the "Working Lunch". The painting has a very calm feeling to it. Great composition and light. Love the figure in all that space. And the light and shadow on the floor is awesome!

Barb Hillier said...

Love this piece. Beautiful brushstrokes and color!

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